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The actions of Lawrenceville Police Officer Humphreys and his K9 partner Ali during the apprehension of a suspect last summer were recognized by the Gwinnett Chamber on Friday when they were presented with the Gold Medal of Valor — the highest award the chamber hands out to law enforcement — at the annual Valor Awards ceremony at the Gas South Convention Center.

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ATLANTA – The Georgia Chamber of Commerce is pulling together local chambers from cities across Georgia outside of metro Atlanta to focus on issues of interest to those communities. The new Hub Chamber Council will advocate on behalf of chambers of commerce in Albany, Athens, Augusta, Brunswick, Columbus, Dalton, Macon, Rome, Savannah, Valdosta, and Warner […]

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Do you lay awake at night wondering if your boss is mad at you? Do you walk on eggshells, despite no one ever yelling at you? A toxic boss will scar you long after you walk out of their office.

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ATLANTA – Georgia’s unemployment rate fell to an all-time low of 3.1% last month, creating a tight labor market that drove up wages. The jobless rate in Georgia was five-tenths of a percent lower than the national average for March of 3.6%. “We are now seeing the highest number of Georgians ever employed and participating […]

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EDITOR'S NOTE: Publication of this story is made possible through a partnership with the AJC and FRESH TAKE Georgia, a digital news service focusing on issues of statewide, regional or national interest.

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ATLANTA – Georgia’s insurance department has fined Anthem/Blue Cross Blue Shield $5 million for several violations of state law following a months-long investigation. “This examination uncovered a number of serious issues, including improper claims settlement practices, violations of the Prompt Pay Act, failure to reply to consumer complaints in a timely manner, inaccurate provider directories, […]

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Reality TV has a bad reputation as a mindless waste of time; a guilty pleasure for those looking to escape. It’s almost embarrassing to admit you watch it; you feel like you should preface it with ‘only after I read The Wall Street Journal’ or something.

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American Painting and Renovations Chief Executive Officer Sidney H. Theus will receive the Gwinnett Chamber's Citizen of the Year Award at its 74th Annual Dinner on April 22, the business organization has announced.

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In 1982, Norman Gage Jr. opened Georgia Time Recorder in downtown Norcross, and this year the company — now known as GTR Business Systems and now located in Lawrenceville — celebrates its 40th anniversary with an emphasis both on service and family.

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There are several key projects that are being developed in Gwinnett County right now. These projects range from the Rowen development in eastern Gwinnett, to the Exchange at Gwinnett near the Mall of Georgia, the OFS site near Norcross, Snellville's Grove at Towne Center and the redevelopmen…

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